Monday, September 28, 2020

National Sewing Month - Giveaway 2

Welcome back for another giveaway day to celebrate National Sewing Month!

sewing tools for nat'l sewing month

Having enjoyed some sort of hand work most of my life, I'm once again honoring the sewing tradition by giving away the following books, courtesy of C&T Publishing. (Affiliate links provided for viewing book contents.)

three sewing books

One lucky winner will receive: 

Color, Thread, and Free Motion Quilting by Teri Lucas. This is a wonderful book, full of color theory for painting with thread, plus plenty of inspiration.

free motion quilting design

Crazy Quilting by Kathy Seaman Shaw. What a beautiful book full of stitches and flowers to create for a crazy quilt or any embroidered project. There's also the bonus of how to add beads and buttons to all that stitching.

crazy quilting hand stitches

Zakka Wool Applique by Minki Kim. This book is full of adorable wool applique designs and numerous projects - it's hard to choose!

strawberry wool appliques on a canister

To win these three fabulous handcraft and sewing books, enter via Rafflecopter below. Contest is open to continental US residents only, today thru midnight Wednesday, September 30. 

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Good luck and Happy Stitching!

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  1. Thank you for the chance to win the books and your video's, I am going to go watch the 1 on quilting with tape.

  2. i have 4 sewing machines including a singer 99.

  3. Thank you for the chance to win the 3 books, and the information gained by watching & following you. Found the video on blue tape quilting by accident by prowling your FB page. So well done & interesting. Thanks Anne

  4. Nice books. I've never seen the wool book and that one is calling my name! I'm happy to announce I have 6 sewing machines! Yikes. 2 I don't use but haven't moved them to new homes. The other 4 I use for specific purposes from my main piecing machine, my Featherweight that travels when I go sewing else where, my main embroidery machine and my wonderful long arm.

  5. Would love to read Teri’s book!


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